News in Brief: Thursday April 11

News in Brief: Thursday April 11
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South African Airways has launched two new mobile applications giving customers access to comprehensive travel and airline information on the go. 

For iOS and Android mobile phones and tablets, the apps feature booking information, check-in, luggage status, and information on lounges, flights and destinations.

 

Frasers Hospitality has announced the launch of unlimited free Internet access across its portfolio of serviced apartments and boutique residences worldwide.

 

The Sebel Pier One Sydney located in Walsh Bay has unveiled seven new over-water suites with views of the harbour.

The suites feature king size beds, marble wet bar with Nespresso coffee machine, marble desk, two LED flat screen TVs, Foxtel, iPod/iPad docking stations and WiFi internet access. 

The property has also renovated 22 new Waterside King and Heritage King rooms which takes the its total room count to 189.

 

Glenhaven's 42 Bannerman Trattoria e Bar in New South Wales has opened its doors to the MICE market.

The space, overlooking the Bannerman valley, is now available for corporate conferences, events and team building.

 

 

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